Tag: Medicine

Legionnaires’ disease: ‘More Common & Deadlier Risk than Asbestos’

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I, like many people, thought Legionnaires’ disease was a thing of the past.  I couldn’t have been more wrong or grossly misinformed.  Legionella is...

UN Report: More Women & Children are Surviving Today

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United Nations groups led by UNICEF and the World Health Organization (WHO) released a maternity mortality report stating that since Universal Health Coverage was...

Pakistan: Surge of Children with HIV

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Pakistan’s health system has always been notoriously unprincipled and now, more than ever before, is experiencing an unparalleled and urgent need for qualified, medical...

Vaccinations: Facts vs Myths

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Veronika Bradley, Editor for Children's Health and Safety Association – April 16, 2013 and Republished by Diligencia Investigative Reporting – April 2019Vaccinations are provided free...

Allergies, Sensitivities & Intolerances

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Written by Veronika Bradley, Editor for Children’s Health and Safety Association – May 8, 2014 and Republished by Diligencia Investigative Reporting – April 2019Reports of...

Pilot Project Launched for People with Rare Diseases

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Edited by Veronika Bradley, Editor for Children’s Health and Safety Association – August 6, 2014 and Republished by Diligencia Investigative Reporting – April 2019The...

National Reviews Needed for Children & Youth Deaths Across Canada

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Written by Veronika Bradley, Editor for Children’s Health and Safety Association – April 24, 2014  and Republished by Diligencia Investigative Reporting – April 2019  There...

Multi-Drug Resistant Tuberculosis presents Global Threat

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Written by Veronika Bradley, Editor for Children’s Health and Safety Association – May 11, 2014 and Republished by Diligencia Investigative Reporting – April 2019An estimated...

Dr. Stanley Zlotkin Develops ‘Sprinkles’ to prevent Anaemia in Vulnerable Populations

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Dr. Stanley Zlotkin, a ‘champion of intervention’, had a notion that a simple form of ‘home fortification’ could prevent anaemia in developing countries –...

Children with Rare Diseases Receive Access to New Treatments

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The Harper Government proposed a regulatory framework for 2.8 million people with rare diseases approving 'orphan drugs', and providing 'Orphanet', a database reference portal...

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